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NCLEX practice exam – set 5 – pediatric gastrointestinal and urinary disorders


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Do you think you could pass the NCLEX?

Take this quiz with these sample exam questions on pediatric gastrointestinal and urinary disorders to see how you score!

[10 questions]


An infant diagnosed with hypertrophic pyloric stenosis is admitted with history of vomiting for several days. Which nursing diagnosis would be the priority?

Which question would be most helpful in obtaining a nursing history from the mother of an infant with suspected intussusception?

A health care provider reduces an infant’s hernia and schedules a herniorrhaphy in 2 days. Which explanation for the delay should the nurse give to the parents?

Which assessment finding would be most likely found on an infant diagnosed with Hirschsprung’s disease?

An 8-month-old is admitted for severe diarrhea. Which of the following would be a significant finding for this child?

A child is admitted with gastroenteritis. To prevent the spread of this disease, the nurse should:

The nurse is giving discharge instructions to parents of a 6-month-old who has a urinary stent following repair of hypospadias. The nurse should tell the parents to:

Parents of a child with a urinary tract infection (UTI) on sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim (Bactrim) report that the child has developed a red, blistered rash. The nurse should:

Which of the following meals would be most appropriate for a 14-year-old with glomerulonephritis with hypertension?

When assessing a toddler with Wilms’ tumor, the nurse should avoid:


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